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Re: [csswg-drafts] [css3-selectors][css-pseudo-4] Add Pseudo Element ::around or ::wrap simmilar to ::before / ::after

From: inoas via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2017 16:21:43 +0000
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I think @hixie is right when he said it WONTFIX in HTML and I think 
@tabatkins is wrong when he says that it WONTFIX on either level. We 
are getting close due to `display: grid` and `display: flex` but it is
 not always sufficient. #588 has enough and good examples.

>From #588 I can see that implementors don't see it as something to be 
implemented easily. However I wonder how `::before` and `::after` made
 it then. What is the difference here? A pseudo element is being 
injected for the cases of `::before` as well as `::wrap`.

Didn't know #588 existed and strange enough I came to a very similar 
At least the W3C guides say that you should think about authors first.

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